11/30/11: Nanolipid, Metabolization and The Mega Mango System; Emerging Technologies and The Future of Law
1st Hour: Nanolipid, Metabolization and The Mega Mango System
Is there a logical connection between a delicious mango and laws on technology that doesn’t exist yet? Of course there is!
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Staninger welcomes in the first hour Shoshanna Allison, and Michael Edward, two of her colleagues in One Cell One Light Radio. Dr. Hildy will discuss the necessity for cleaning out the body (Veggie Family Inc., makers of Happy Tummy), and using Organic African Red Tea … the healing powers of mango fruit and Dr. Staninger’s own special product line, the Mega Mango System.
HOUR 1 AUDIO: Nanolipid, Metabolization and The Mega Mango System
Due to increased use of questionable materials in food products, our bodies can easily ingest man-made materials without even being aware of it. Materials such as styrene, a known carcinogen, can be found in many common food products that we consume every day. The natural response of our body is to neutralize toxin, and if a toxin gets into fat molecules, it will turn into hard fat. And often our bodies treat toxins like plastic as carbohydrates, despite the absence of sugar, storing them before turning them into sugars for later consumption.
So how do we get rid of hard fat and stored sugar? By increasing our metabolism. And mangos, especially in a purified, concentrated form, have been found to do just that. Enter Integrative Health Systems’ Mega Mango, a product that through daily use has been found to aid in the increasing of metabolism among other health benefits.
2nd Hour: Emerging Technologies and The Future of Law
Hour 2 AUDIO: Not available at this time
But what does this have to do with technology law? In the second hour of this week’s program, Dr. Staninger welcomes Dr. Gary Marchant, Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law & Ethics at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, to discuss, among other related topics, his presentation on Emerging Technologies and the Future of Law, dealing with nanotechnology and the law and showing its toxicological and pathology effects upon the human body.
A primary concern of possible dangers of nanotechnology is its inability to be detected by most people. Since nanotech works at a microscopic level, there is a possibility that it could accidentally be absorbed, inhaled or otherwise enter in the human body without detection. Since these are synthetic materials, they can, as mentioned before, be mistaken by our bodies as carbohydrates and accidentally treated as such. And if they enter into fat molecules, turning into hard fat, then our metabolism needs to be increased, and a product like Mega Mango aids in just that.
Join Dr. Staninger and her guests this week as they discuss the unlikely pairing of mangos and technological law on One Cell One Light Radio!
Dr. HILDY’s™ BACI MI™ MEGA MANGO SYSTEM:
How to use Dr. HILDY’s™ BACI MI™ MEGA MANGO SYSTEM:
Amino Acids Benefits:
Gary Marchant’s CV:
Emerging Technologies and the Future of Law:
Diagnosing Industrial Environmental Diseases Associated with Exposure to Hazardous Materials vs. Advanced Nano Materials
Nanolipid Vesicle Platform Developed that Uses Subattolitre Volumes for Screening Biochemical Reactions
NANO TECHNOLOGY AND THE NWO BRAIN IMPLANTS – YouTube
FDA: Chicken May Have……Arsenic: The FDA http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Organizations/Government+Bodies/Food+and+Drug+Administration said Wednesday that a new study by the agency shows that an ingredient in chicken feed that contains arsenic, called Roxarsone, may make its way into parts of the bird that are eaten. Previous studies have indicated the arsenic was eliminated with chicken waste. Pfizer, which makes the feed ingredient, said Wednesday that it will pull it off the market in the United States –http://content.usatoday.com/topics/topic/Places,+Geography/Countries/United+States). The FDA said it would be banned because it is a carcinogen. http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/food/2011-06-08-fda-chicken-arsenic_n.htm